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Chief Operating Officer (COO)


The Chief Operational Officer (COO) will be responsible for the “engine room” of the WHO Foundation. S/he will ensure the optimal day-to-day operation while supporting the CEO in developing and driving the strategic agenda. Specifically, the COO will be responsible for Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, and IT. The COO will also support the CEO in interactions with the Board of Directors as well as other critical stakeholders.

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Director of Development


The Director of Development will play a crucial role in the success of the WHO Foundation, and its ability to reach its ambitious fundraising target of $1 billion within three years. Working closely with and reporting directly to CEO Anil Soni, the Director will be responsible for leading all development efforts on behalf of the Foundation, communicating a compelling vision for fundraising at the organization.

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Director of Programming


We seek an international leader with strong intellectual and strategic breadth, combined with practical operational knowledge across public health and ability to forge and manage strategic relationships. This individual will lead the Programming strategy and its execution for WHO Foundation along with the CEO, the Board of Directors, and the Investment Committee while the Foundation grows aggressively. It is imperative that the Director of Programming plays a central role in setting the Programming vision for WHO Foundation, aligned with its strategic objectives while functioning as a bridge between the Foundation and broader public health architecture around the world.

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Director of Innovative Finance


The Director of Innovative Finance is responsible for engaging with individual donors, the general public, corporate partners, co-investors, advisors and other partners to catalyse and structure the private financing. S/he will be responsible for the design and implementation of financial solutions and mechanisms that create scalable and effective ways of channeling private resources from the global financial markets, in coordination with WHO and other stakeholders.


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Senior Fundraising Consultant


The role of the Senior Consultant is to source and onboard major donors to advance the Foundation’s fundraising and awareness raising efforts, and to oversee the implementation and refinement of the organization’s interim fundraising strategy. The Senior Consultant will ensure steady progress is made towards generating income from major donors over the first half of 2021. The WHO Foundation aims to raise $1 billion over the next 3 years. This role is critical to ensuring the organization achieves its target including that of generating $40 million in seed-funding through sourcing and onboarding founders. Circle members contributing to the core cost of the Foundation over the next 6 months.

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Senior Programming Consultant


The role of the Senior Consultant is to support the development and implementation of the WHO Foundation’s programmatic and grant-making strategy. The Senior Consultant will ensure the identification and implementation of high value and innovative programs for engaging the Foundation’s funds.


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Senior Partnerships Consultant


The role of the Senior Consultant is to source and onboard partners to advance the Foundation’s fundraising and awareness raising efforts, and to oversee the implementation and refinement of the organization’s interim partnership strategy. The Senior Consultant will ensure steady progress is made towards conceptualizing and launching multiple campaigns and events over the first half of 2021.


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Senior Innovative Finance Consultant


The role of the Consultant is to support the engagement with individual donors, the general public, corporate partners, co-investors, advisors and other partners to catalyse and structure the diversity of the private financing of the Foundation.


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